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Job Developer (2022-796-cp), Toronto, Woodgreen Community Services

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277897867
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Job Developer (2022-796-cp), Toronto, Woodgreen Community Services
Canada, Ontario, Toronto,
Published November 25, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Job developer (2022-796-cp)


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Employment Type:

Full Time, Bargaining Unit

Work Hours:

35 hours/week, mornings, evenings, and weekends as required
Work Setting: Onsite – Limited Opportunities to Work Remotely
Salary:

External Rate:  G7 - $50,239

 

Internal Rate:  G8 - $51,264

Application Deadline:

Ongoing

Program Overview – Employment Services, Community Programs
Employment Services is a dynamic and result oriented program within CPU which offers a range of resources, supports and services to respond to the employment needs of job seekers and hiring demands of the employers. The goal of Employment Services is to help Ontarians find sustainable employment by connecting them to gainful employment opportunities and or guiding individuals on a path to higher skills and trainings to achieve their career goals.
 

 

What You Will Do
Outreach to existing and new employers to identify opportunities in the competitive job market to build/grow relationships and meet the employment needs of our clients and contract requirements.
Identify client skills and qualifications, market and refer qualified candidates to employers and match and place clients to available jobs through all available strategies.
Negotiate individual contracts for work placements (subsidized and unpaid), job trials and job training opportunities; ensure disability insurance coverage as required and link clients/employers to supports and subsidies to meet or exceed contractual and/or job placement outcomes.
Develop, monitor, and revise training plans and agreements with clients and employers, including during job search, job application, hiring process, job retention and provide post-employment support and services.
Plan, develop and deliver workshops for employers and clients on workplace health and safety, workplace accommodation and workplace communication etc. based on current and future needs.
Ensure compliance to Agency Policies and Guidelines, Strategic Direction, Contractual Guidelines, Industry standards and applicable legislation and obtains appropriate authorization from Manager and documentation validation for all client and employer’s subsidies and supports. 
Develop and maintain employer database to job match clients with employers, document employer files, track clients progress and case management, maintain statistical and financial information for reports.
Post job openings on Job Boards, share job leads within WoodGreen team/external partners.
 

What You Bring to the Team
Degree or Diploma in Sales, Marketing, Career Employment Counseling, or a related program.
Experience in job development working with a range of diverse job seekers experiencing barriers to employment; a proven track record to achieve employment targets and outcomes is a must.
 

What Will Set You Apart
Advanced skills utilizing all Microsoft Office applications.
Excellent interpersonal, listening, customer service, coaching, negotiation, and influencing skills.
Desire to work in a multicultural setting and possess sound decision making and judgment.
Demonstrated ability to work within a team environment with limited supervision, able to take initiative, manage change/transitions with the ability to prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines and targets.
Certification in Crisis Intervention, First Aid, Occupational Health and Safety, and/or workplace accommodation is considered an asset.
Must be able to travel within GTA.
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